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Published on Jul 30, 2011
So here's the deal with this video...
LayzieTheSavage took a trip to Rafael Cordeiro's 'King's MMA' to catch-up with a few friends (like Mayhem Miller, I kid, I kid...) and noticed that Babalu Sobral was training Shogun Rua for his upcoming fight with Forrest Griffin at UFC 134. Not sure what happened with LayzieTheSavage getting footage of Shogun (someone should get on him for that), alas they call him 'Layzie' for a reason. You've already seen the Babalu Sobral video where he admitted that he would be more than happy to give Ovince St. Preux a fight in Strikeforce. Amir Sadollah was also at King's MMA, polishing his technique for Duane Ludwig at UFC Live: Hardy vs. Lytle. Layzie picked a relatively quiet location to film this interview, and everything was flowing according to the universal plan until some guy hopped on a heavy bag and just started spinning the chains for no apparent reason. Layzie told me that midway through the interview, he looked back at the person and shot him a glare. Glares are cool, but they don't stop idiots from spinning on heavy bags like a bonobo baby monkey. Better yet, like a Baboo Baby.
Check out our brief interview with Amir Sadollah, that is if your ears can take it.